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1 N X76/7/11 National Quali cations 2017 Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies MONDAY, 22 MAY 1:00 PM 2:0 PM Total marks 60 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Attempt ONE Part SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Attempt ONE Part SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS 20 marks Attempt ONE Part Write your answers clearly in the answer booklet provided. In the answer booklet you must clearly identify the question number you are attempting. Use blue or black ink. The marks available for each question are indicated. You should use these as a guide to the amount of detail you should include in your answer. Before leaving the examination room you must give your answer booklet to the Invigilator; if you do not, you may lose all the marks for this paper. *X76711* A/HTP

2 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION Attempt ONE Part PARTS A. Buddhism Page 0 B. Christianity Page 0 C. Hinduism Page 0 D. Islam Page 06 E. Judaism Page 07 F. Sikhism Page 0 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF Attempt ONE Part PARTS A. Morality and Justice Page 09 B. Morality and Relationships Page 10 C. Morality, Environment and Global Issues Page 11 D. Morality, Medicine and the Human Body Page 12 E. Morality and Conflict Page 1 SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS Attempt ONE Part PARTS A. Origins Page 1 B. The Existence of God Page 1 C. The Problem of Evil and Suffering Page 16 D. Miracles Page 17 Page 02

3 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part A Buddhism Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Buddhism in the World Religion Unit. 1. Explain Buddhist belief about human beings. 2. Explain how Samsara is connected to Nibbana.. (a) Describe one part of the Eightfold Path. (b) Following the Eightfold Path is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 0

4 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part B Christianity Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Christianity in the World Religion Unit.. Explain Christian belief about human beings.. Explain how judgement is connected to life after death. 6. (a) Describe one way in which Christians can live according to the gospels. (b) Living according to the gospels is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 0

5 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part C Hinduism Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Hinduism in the World Religion Unit. 7. Explain Hindu belief about human beings.. Explain how Samsara is connected to Moksha. 9. (a) Describe one way in which Hindus can follow Dharma. (b) Following Dharma is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 0

6 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part D Islam Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Islam in the World Religion Unit. 10. Explain Muslim belief about human beings. 11. Explain how judgement is connected to life after death. 12. (a) Describe one of the Five Pillars of Islam. (b) Following the Five Pillars of Islam is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 06

7 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part E Judaism Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Judaism in the World Religion Unit. 1. Explain Jewish belief about human beings. 1. Explain how judgement is connected to life after death. 1. (a) Describe one way in which Jews can live according to the Torah. (b) Living according to the Torah is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 07

8 SECTION 1 WORLD RELIGION 20 marks Part F Sikhism Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Sikhism in the World Religion Unit. 16. Explain Sikh belief about human beings. 17. Explain how worship is connected to Gurmukh. 1. (a) Describe one way in which Sikhs can follow the teachings in the Guru Granth Sahib. (b) Following the teachings in the Guru Granth Sahib is too hard. It is hard, but it s worth it! Theo Lianne What do you think? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION 2 starting on Page 09] Page 0

9 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Part A Morality and Justice Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Morality and Justice in the Morality and Belief Unit. 19. What moral issues are raised by punishment? 20. Explain one religious view on how we should respond to crime. 21. What might a Utilitarian say about the purposes of punishment? 22. Capital punishment shouldn t be accepted in the modern world. How far do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION starting on Page 1] Page 09

10 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Part B Morality and Relationships Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Morality and Relationships in the Morality and Belief Unit. 2. What moral issues are raised by gender roles in society? 2. Explain one religious view on marriage. 2. What might a Utilitarian say about sexual relationships? 26. Different gender roles shouldn t be accepted in the modern world. How far do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION starting on Page 1] Page 10

11 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Part C Morality, Environment and Global Issues Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Morality, Environment and Global Issues in the Morality and Belief Unit. 27. What moral issues are raised by poverty? 2. Explain one religious view on how we should treat the environment. 29. What might a Utilitarian say about environmental crises? 0. We should all help the poor in the modern world. How far do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION starting on Page 1] Page 11

12 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Part D Morality, Medicine and the Human Body Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Morality, Medicine and the Human Body in the Morality and Belief Unit. 1. What moral issues are raised by helping a suffering person to die? 2. Explain one religious view on the value of life.. What might a Utilitarian say about the use of embryos?. Helping a suffering person to die shouldn t be accepted in the modern world. How far do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION starting on Page 1] Page 12

13 SECTION 2 MORALITY AND BELIEF 20 marks Part E Morality and Conflict Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Morality and Conflict in the Morality and Belief Unit.. What moral issues are raised by the consequences of war? 6. Explain one religious view on whether war can be justified. 7. What might a Utilitarian say about the use of modern armaments?. There should be no place for war in the modern world. How far do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Now go to SECTION starting on Page 1] Page 1

14 SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS 20 marks Part A Origins Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Origins in the Religious and Philosophical Questions Unit. 9. How might a non-religious person explain the origins of the universe? 6 0. Why might people believe the universe was created by God? 6 1. Life was created on purpose. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. Page 1

15 SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS 20 marks Part B The Existence of God Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied The Existence of God in the Religious and Philosophical Questions Unit. 2. (a) Why might people believe the universe was designed by God? (b) How might people argue against the teleological argument? 6 6. The cosmological argument proves God s existence. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [Turn over Page 1

16 SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS 20 marks Part C The Problem of Evil and Suffering Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied The Problem of Evil and Suffering in the Religious and Philosophical Questions Unit.. Explain why evil and suffering raise questions for some people. 6. How might a non-religious person explain the existence of suffering? 6 6. Humans are the cause of all evil. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. Page 16

17 SECTION RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS 20 marks Part D Miracles Attempt all the questions in this part if you have studied Miracles in the Religious and Philosophical Questions Unit. 7. Explain why scriptural miracles raise questions for some people. 6. How might a non-religious person explain one miracle you have studied? 6 9. People still experience miracles. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [END OF QUESTION PAPER] Page 17

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